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CSPAN
Dec 13, 2011 7:00am EST
. this is from "the new york times" editorial. and john, independent from texas. caller: i have been unemployed for about eight and a half months, and this situation is just ridiculous. they claim the economy is better here in texas, it is a bold face life. the few jobs that are available are part time walmart-type jobs. i've got a college degree. i graduated from college 16 years ago. i am getting $828 a month in unemployment. and these republicans want you to think people are sponging? try sponging off of 829 -- $820 a month in a high-cost area. the local chamber of commerce brag about how great it is to live here in the valley. if you are making $80,000, it is reasonable cost of living. but if you are barely scraping by at 20,000, it is barely. and perry greeting somebody jobs, that is upsurged. the jobs are just not here. let me tell you this, my last job was working at the local work force office. we are the ones who are supposed to help people find jobs. i can tell you the real honest unemployment rate is much higher than what they are reporting and has been for years. it has not been --
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2011 7:00am EST
cuellar of texas will be talking about the mf global bankruptcy. later, tim huelskamp, a republican of kansas will be here. he is here to talk about year- end spending and the tax battles in congress. as we open up today, it will be a focus on the administration. the administration decided to block an fda decision that would have made emergency contraceptives more available to young girls under the age of 16. we will talk to you, read you some of the news stories, and ask you whether or not that was the right decision on the part of the obama administration. the plan b emergency contraceptive. did the obama administration make the right decision? plan b contraceptives. front-page coverage in many newspapers. let's give you a quick taste of it. we would like to get your calls on this topic in a few minutes here. we will also show you some of the letters. "the wall street journal" front page here. host: that is "the wall street journal" this morning. "the washington post" made it the lead this morning. rob stein wrote -- host: we will show you more articles. we will show you pro and c
CSPAN
Dec 30, 2011 7:00am EST
the senator in that segment. carolyn, independent, texas, what matters most to you when looking at a candidate? caller, it matters to me very much that the people of america have not truly examine the governor terry cost record. he is the most anti-education candidate out there. he has laid off thousands of teachers. we are 48th as far as education goes in america. and he has absolutely no respect for it. why aren't people talking about his record in texas? he claims to be a christian, but we have not observed any christian behavior from him in this state. host: you are looking squarely at policy. looked as personality, chemistry mean anything to you? caller: i think that his charisma is deplorable. he pretends to be a christian, but only one denomination of christian was invited to his prayer meeting in which he announced his candidacy. the evangelicals have a stronghold on politics in texas. presbyterians, methodists, are not invited. from james onar the republican side. caller: i was wondering why none of the candidates are not touching the root cause of the economic issues. we put ourselve
CSPAN
Dec 16, 2011 7:00am EST
are a republican from texas and the connecticut democratic representative, chairman of the democratic caucus. ♪ ♪ host: good morning. it is friday, december 16, 2011. last night, bipartisan leaders in both houses of congress announced they had reached a deal, a $1 trillion deal to fund the remaining government branches and agencies and averting the possibility of a government shutdown tonight at midnight. we are going to open up our phone lines to talk about what you have been watching in congress and what you think about their efforts to reach a deal on government funding. a deal has not been reached on the other big issue of the week. that is the possible extension of the payroll tax holiday. leaders in both parties are suggesting a temporary retention of that, so that discussions over funding can continue. our phone lines are open. we would like to know what you think about these last minute negotiations. these are our phone lines. a good friday morning to you. we will be here for just two hours. the house is in early today, 9:00 a.m. eastern time. the spending bill is likely to be on
CSPAN
Dec 20, 2011 7:00am EST
in the house of representatives right now. host: texas. caller: i like to point out something with all the things going on between the republicans, the democrats, back in december 1994, clinton pushed through on fast fact. -- fast track. i know you understand what fast- track is. the wto law for which we went into a five-year probationary period, and then on january 1, 2000, all broke loose because it all went down like a rocket, starting with stocks, starting with the interest rates, and also the same time it took about five years after that and that would be about 2002, the industry started leading slowly. and as the year one on, they started moving up faster to places like china. you have general motors over there right now in china. you have a lot of big corporations in china. a last one that left this country was rand. unless you get the manufacturing base back in and create the terrace, you will not have small business, would you call the backbone of this country, and i will tell you, that is incorrect in will never be. host: a republican from texas. guest: what you're talking ab
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2011 7:00am EST
's nose as family sings rudolph the red-nosed reindeer. next up the spring, texas. don, an independent. good morning, you're on the air. caller: yes, ma'am, i'm also calling about tin cider trading and everything else illegal our good friends in congress are doing. there's an old law that's been on the books for, i don't know how many years, stating that our congress and senators cannot pass the law or exempt themselves from laws. that would benefit themselves. i mean, where is our justice department? where is the f.b.i.? this is ridiculous, we need to citizens court. try them throw them in jail. host: concerns about insider trading. another first family photo. from a former first family. this is in the "wall street journal." mitt romney with ex george h.w. bush and his wife barbara. the bush's haven't backed a candidate as governor romney makes a courtesy call. next up is raleigh, north carolina. good morning john, what's on your mind? caller: well, i was just curious why we're not seeing any coverage in the news over certain situations like andy stern, who is a spotter of the preside
CSPAN
Dec 21, 2011 7:00am EST
. i think it is going to backfire. host: jackie, democratic line, dallas, texas, good morning. caller: i think that the senate, doing what they are doing, the senate recently wanted the one year to have the tax cut extended. republicans did not want that. everything that the republicans asked for, the senate gave it to them. now it is boehner and the republicans who are saying that we need to come back and do our jobs. well, what good is it going to before a committee -- they had the super 8 committee and nothing could get resolved. they had the debt ceiling, nothing could be resolved. they wanted -- they want the president to say that that is what they said, and i do not blame the senate. the democrats need to stand up. they have tried to work with republicans, work with republicans. now the republicans are in such hot water, they want to blame it on the democrats. host: the house puts the tax cut in limbo, the house floor yesterday entering to -- agreeing to enter negotiations. phil joins us on the republican line, from boston. caller: the tea party republicans are doing exactly wha
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2011 7:00am EST
'm sorry. but thanks for sharing your comments about newt gingrich. houston, texas, tiffany, good morning. caller: good morning. i have watched the debates. hoenstly -- honestly, they are all awful. i'm not saying that as a democrat. i am saying that as a human being. they need to really look at these candidates, the harassment, the affairs. it is a bunch of drama. host: who do you think would be the toughest candidate for obama to be to? -- to beat? caller: honestly, none of them. i think he is going to win. newt was kicked out of congress on ethics things. people need to stop looking at fox news and get their facts straight. i have watched fox news. it is a show. it is ridiculous. they are not getting the facts straight. i watch msnbc and i get my facts. i just honestly think that he is going to win again. i listened to a 90-year-old woman -- he needs congress. you have one man trying to do everything. congress is not going to do anything. republicans do not get is he needs congress. they do not want to help, they do not want to do anything. they want to see him fail. it is just going t
CSPAN
Dec 18, 2011 7:00am EST
city, democrats line, good morning. we will try one more time. we will go to texas, on a republican line. caller: good morning. the payroll tax cut shuffling and the act -- and the pipeline still was attached to it even though opec came by the green vote, the idea is is easier to clean up the spill outside the washington instead of land. that is a side note. reducing the payroll tax reduction is small. it reduces social security payouts. we don't need that right now. social security is going bankrupt host: will go to las vegas independent line. caller: 51 to extend the tax cut, then pay for it. no one is talking about the most important issues. i have tried to catch all the republican debates and not one candidate in these debates has said the word "campaign finance reform" goldman sachs or glass- steagall. the people running for president of united states or the president of united states, none of them will actually engage these issues. nothing is going to change. all of it will just be temporary, gimmicky propaganda. host: thank you for the call. here are a couple of the e-mails
CSPAN
Dec 6, 2011 7:00am EST
, texas, a republican, go ahead. caller: i am ashamed of the republicans. reagan raised taxes 11 times while he was in office. annie gave amnesty to illegal immigrants. by now the republican party is screaming because they want to give a payroll tax to people that are working. why weren't they screaming and saying that this is going to cost money and they cannot afford to do this? when it came to the rich, they said, we can give them a free ride, we can cut their taxes, and never mentioned anything about where that money was coming from. that is why we are in the debt that we're in right now because of they gave all that money to the rich. guest: an important contrasts. around the turn of the 2000's when we saw the president and congress move forward with billionaire task cuts, the cost of two wars, medicare part d., the pharmaceutical situation, all that was promoted as spending with never having to pay for. in his passion -- in this package, there is a pay for. we do it professionally and honorably, and this is the extension for employers and employees, we just heard how the benefits
CSPAN
Dec 22, 2011 7:00am EST
: the proposed pipeline will run from alberta down to texas. it is about 1,600 miles of pipeline -- bringing in conventional crude as well as oil sans crude. it is also an opportunity to create jobs. but there are already pipelines coming down and there has been controversy over the past couple of years because there has been a permit request to this administration. looking at 1,600 miles of pipeline, 3 feet in diameter, low to the ground, and hopefully bringing in somewhere between 500,000 or 700,000 barrels of crude oil. host: is there anything like it now? guest: a pipeline that the obama administration permitted back in 2009 that was called the alberto clipper and comes from alberta and heads to the refineries in the midwest. and similar sorts of cross- border pipelines and infrastructure that have been built and put into place. host: let us get the chamber perspective. we have the background and we will share some of the thoughts of those opposed to this. but why do we need this? guest: for a number of reasons. the u.s. will need about 21% more energy in 2025 then it has, according to t
CSPAN
Dec 4, 2011 7:00am EST
obama for action the canada to texas pipeline. mitt romney is in many different places this morning. here is the front cover of "parade" magazine. you haven't seen yet. the g.o.p. candidate talks about his family, faith and his hopes for america. here is t"new york times" this sunday morning. why mitt romney is not falling down, a piece by robert draper. inside you will see a shot of here at the peterboro townhouse in new hampshire last month. a little bit of the text they right his campaign is decided upon a rather novel approach to winning the presidency. it has taken a smart and highly qualified but largely colorless candidate and made him o one-dimensional. all businessman. the most boring super hero. in the recent past they have struggled to clear the regular guy. dukakis couldn't emote even asked what he would do if his wife were rape and murdered. george bush was befuddled by a grocery store scanner. they go on to talk more about the romney campaign and it is in "new york times" magazine today. the world's most boring super hero is one cut line. salisbury, north carolina, max
CSPAN
Dec 27, 2011 7:00am EST
for him. host: john, a republican in cleveland, texas. is that right? good morning. caller: good morning. republican. host: go ahead. caller: i do not think that changing congressman and doing all this in one fell swoop will do the right thing. we need to get banking bailouts out of our system and return to some kind of a reasonable standard, as set out in our constitution. same as the state of utah right now. until we do that, we have a zero outlook on the economy. host: what do you think about the federal reserve? caller: it needs to go. any student of history should know that. host: here is the "washington times" on the federal reserve. host: this is "the washington times." cindy is a democrat in stevens nville, maryland. host: i believe taxes are a -- caller: i believe taxes are a patriotic duty. if they leave the united states with more than 75% of the employees, then they should not be able to trade on the u.s. stocks exchange. my profit sharing is in that stock exchange. these ceo's are drawing out millions a year. that comes out of the shareholders' money, which comes out of peop
CSPAN
Dec 12, 2011 7:00am EST
no gratitude. why did they pay us back in oil? thank you. host: texas. james, independent line. caare you with us? caller: hello? yes -- yeah, i want to talk about the relationship between iraq and america. host: what do you think? caller: i do not think we suggest -- i think we should get our troops back and not look back and more. we took the bad guy out and now it is up to them. i think american troops should be minding their own business and coming back and spending the money we spent over here. host: let's go to our next caller -- missouri on our democrats' line. caller: the gods are dead but in their name humanity is sold in maine, the tinsel priest sit- down with proffer is at the fees, blessed the -- garland around the butchers' sword and poor freely now as then the sacramento blood of man. host: what does that mean? look and some other stories in the news. climate talk wraps up. here is how "the washington post" is reviewing the story -- there's other coverage of that throughout the newspapers today. other stories that we can look at here. it congress close to a deal on spending,
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2011 7:00am EST
ron paul here, what he's up to. he's going back home to texas for the weekend. we'll tell you more about that in a little bit. but the headline in the "baltimore sun" here says that ron paul is courting party switchers. some disaffected democratic voters are planning to switch sides and cast republican ballots in tuesday's caucuses. the rules limit participation to register party members. but anyone who shows up at a republican caucus, including democrats, independents, and libertarians can join the g.o.p. or switch their party affiliation on the spot. congressman paul in a tight race for first in iowa with mitt romney and perhaps the most likely to benefit from democratic crossovers. advising iowans that they can register republican, quote, for a day on caucus night and switch their registration back if they want. it's easy -- this is a quote. it's easy, you can register on your way in the door, says fisher, telling voters at a campaign stop in atlantic, iowa. texas, our next call. it's leal i can't, democrat. go -- leila, democrat, good morning. caller: hi. how are you? thank you
CSPAN
Dec 7, 2011 7:00am EST
stricter rules for buying and selling stocks for members of congress. ry moran from texas about the payroll tax cut. and then our guest is drake bennett of "bloomberg business week." >> this is a make or break moment for the middle class and for all of those who are fighting to get into the middle class. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] host: that was president obama in kansas, about 50 miles southwest of kansas city, talking about the economy and the middle-class. we want to get your reaction on "washington journal" to president obama's 55-minute speech yesterday. 202 is the area code. we divided our numbers a little bit differently this segment -- of course, you can always send a tweet as well -- hyphen in cspan in that case. and our e-mail address, yes, there is a hyphen. finally, you continue the conversation on facebook. no hypen. a little bit more from the present. >> in 1910, teddy roosevelt came here, and he laid out his vision for what he called a new nationalism. our country, he said, means
CSPAN
Dec 3, 2011 7:00am EST
but also to his family and also to the gop. >> san antonio texas, celine, good morning. >> yes, good morning. i'm a republican and i would like to say between both of them, i mean, i'm not really a fan of either. you would have to go with romney. i feel like all of the stuff that i have seen on the news and i like to watch cnn, fox, and msnbc to get a good graphic of everything, that gingrich just with the way that -- the ad where it showed that he -- anyone who had anything to do with fannie and freddie mac, they should go to prison, but yet he made $1.2 million off of them. if that is no hypocrisy to its finest, i really don't know what it is. you are saying you're a historian. oh, okay. this is a man who you know left and you really seriously -- run for a presidential bid but you left and took a vacation. you know your staff left you. everybody was making fun of you. really one more point i want to say before i get off. >> can i ask you first about mitt romney? what is the standout feature? what is the standout qualities that you like about him? >> i like the fact that mitt romney
CSPAN
Dec 10, 2011 7:00am EST
forthworth, texas. >> mark, you're on the "washington journal." caller: thank you very much. first time caller. i'm a first time listener as well. but with that said, i'm 13 months without a job. my former job was with the federal government. and i got laid off from that and i am 100% for cutting more jobs. i think all of these should be cut. anything that needs to be looked at you need to go to the constitution. and in this particular one, section, article 1 section 8 power of congress is to raise and support armies but no appropriation of that use shall be longer than two years. we do not need to have a long term standing military. we need to cut massively. our government needs to be about one tenth the size it is and cut out everything else. host: mark, there's a fairly significant military presence in the state of alaska. if there were to be a cut of 10% of those civilian military jobs, how much of an effect would that have on the alaskan economy? caller: it would have a huge effect. but that's one of the parts of having to cut back on everything with less regulation, with less gove
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2011 7:00am EST
texas. good morning. caller: yes, sir. thank you for taking my phone call. i haven't heard any of these candidates say something that is so interesting yet all i've heard is the same thing over and over and over for the past two or three months. these candidates have not figured out how to fix the economy and wall street, the wall street march have asked what the people are really wanting out of these people, these candidates, is to regulate the wall street, what comes into this country that closes down all these factories and they still don't get it. that as long as you don't fix that, we will never come out of the hole. host: thank you. some other headlines beginning with the boston sunday globe. more on the occupy boston protest and the headline for occupy saga, an orderly close as the protest highlighted the global cause but will it linger. next is ray joining us from ottawa canada. as you look at this from north of the border, what's your take? caller: i think that the video you played about the marital infidelity is very relevant because i feel that entire round showed mo
CSPAN
Dec 28, 2011 7:00am EST
in texas and i know what he is about. host: what is he about? caller: i think he makes a good point -- but the only thing that hurts him is the immigration thing, illegal kids. host: thank you for calling this morning. bill and boils down -- in doylestown, pennsylvania. i am not sure who was on the line. jane in cincinnati? how are you? caller: fine, thank you. how are you? host: good. who do you think is the most conservative? caller: ron paul, all the way. everything about him. i trust him, i believe in him. i do not think he is prejudiced. no, i don't. i think he is a very good guy. and i think he could help our country. yes, i do. host: what positions of his do you like? caller: oh, my gosh, just so many of them. he believes and everybody making their own way. he believes in bringing everybody home strewn all over the world. i like that. host: thank you for calling in this morning. a reminder about the january 3 iowa caucuses, c-span will be live on c-span and c-span2 that evening covering two separate caucuses. they start at 7:00 p.m. eastern time, which is 8:00 p.m. on the eas
CSPAN
Dec 24, 2011 7:00am EST
speaking. just last week a republican congressman from texas, he gets on there when they are talking about the payroll tax and everything that means something to the american people, and he is telling some college football player and he spends his time talking about baylor university, and this football player. that is really meaningful and really helpful to the american people. the john doe citizen out there. host: you were probably listening to morning speeches when the house comes in for about a first hour, sometimes. they let members of congress come to the floor and give five- minute general speeches. typically they are focused on something from their district, where they talk about that. but once they get to debate on a certain legislative issue, then they move on from there. guest: in the house, they do. on the senate, they are large sections of time where they are not doing anything. journalists have observed this and that is the thing for people in washington. we take it as the normal course of business. people are talking about issues of work is going on behind the scenes. people
CSPAN
Dec 26, 2011 7:00am EST
," congress sets bar for low output. g.o.p. de ms disagree on how texas has fared is the lead story today. it says -- guest: well, it's an interesting point, and in some ways it's a good introduction to the debate we're about to have over the next year. which is little function of government and its role in society. there are lots of people who sincerely believe that if they pass no legislation, that would be better than passing 79 bills, let alone 179 bills. i mean, there are people for whom government government is such a hostile force that they'd just as soon see it go away. host: does it hearken back to an earlier period in our history? guest: well, this huge cultural shift. i was talking to president ford, who was a republican leader in the 1960's. the fact is, in those days, people fought that cats and dogs all day, but, you know, after 6:00 famously, they were friends. and the point is, as a republican member of the minority, you tried to get your fingerprints on legislation. but at the end of the day, you were sent here to "get things done. that's what you were rewarded for by you
CSPAN
Dec 29, 2011 7:00am EST
to january 3. we are operating under the rules passed by the rnc and dnc. host: texas. lawrence, a democrat. caller: i have two statements that i would like to address and some of the previous callers did not get to. i cannot understand what republicans continue to do is blame barack obama for all of the downfall. when you come on and make a statement that we are here to remove barack obama, what do you think american people think? is it the only reason you want to get a republican in there, to remove barack obama? and you have to look at the candidates you have. for america to come back strong, we need the best candidates -- no matter independent, republican, whatever and they are. that is we need in office. not just put anybody in there because they are republican. i will shut up and listen to what you have to say. guest: sure, thank you for the call. it is not just about replacing a person in the white house but about replacing the principles and policies we have seen from the president. what we have seen from the president is unsustainable spending. we've got a $15 trillion debt. i've g
CSPAN
Dec 5, 2011 7:00am EST
morning, texas. caller: several months ago, newt gingrich was a new program. he gets his health care still from the federal government -- was on your program. he gets his health care still from the federal government. why is that? if he quits in the private sector, he would not get it. i am under the impression that, after five years, these guys -- why is it that they can collect? guest: the members of congress and their staff are in the same health insurance program as the rest of the federal employees, on pretty much the same terms and conditions. i have no personal knowledge of newt gingrich's health coverage. it is quite possible he was able to retire and keep his health insurance in the retirement. there is an interesting twist on health reform. one of the provisions is that, starting in 2014, members of congress will have to join the health insurance exchanges of this like the uninsured. for now, they suffer the same -- asefit from the same choices everybody else. host: sheila is a federal employee. caller: i make $30,000 per year. people always talk about the government employees an
CSPAN
Dec 15, 2011 7:00am EST
there? we will go to texas, republican line. caller: i do not believe obama really believes what he said. he just read a speech. they are criticizing mitt romney about changing positions on issues. obama is doing the same thing there. host: we are talking about the payroll tax cut. caller: i was thinking about the war. that is what was specifically mentioned. as far as the surtax, we need to compromise both ways, both on spending and tax increases, but it needs to be fair. we know that not everyone is paying their fair share. 47% of americans do not pay any taxes. bottom line, i think everyone has already mentioned most of those comments. congress has spent its money over the years -- social security is in trouble. in 1983 or 1985, they increased the social security taxes to pay for these baby boomers. what did congress do? they continue to spend the money, both democrats and republicans. we are really in trouble. i hope there will be compromise to pay down the debt. that would rejuvenate the economy, i think. obviously, there would be more investment. people would be investing in a stab
CSPAN
Dec 14, 2011 7:00am EST
. our next call comes from the petersons from texas. merry christmas to you. caller: merry christmas to you, peterson. -- merry christmas to you, peter. host: do you talk on your cellphone when you drive? caller: no, and neither does she. host: do you think there should be banned? caller: yes, it is dangerous. you cannot concentrate on the road with all of those buttons. it is just dangerous. host: how is everything else going down there? caller: we were dry but we are starting to get a little bit of rain today. host: all set for christmas? caller: all set, peter. caller: we were making one more. one more christmas -- because he is 71 and item 81. host: i just talk to my mom and she is 81 and she is getting ready for us to come out for christmas. caller: we have been married 45 years, peter. host: i am not even that old. caller: we did not want to hear that. host: not quite the truth. all right, got to let you go. thank you for calling and merry christmas. "the houston chronicle" this morning -- that is the lead story this morning in "the houston chronicle." jamie in manassas, virgin
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2011 7:00am EST
the pipeline is put in, does all of that go to texas and minnesotthen overseas? host: i am not sure where the profit goes. it is being run by a canadian company called the trans canada -- called transcanada. there was an explainer on the pipeline. caller: both parties need to grow up. host: thanks, joanne. turning to the primary calendar that is coming up. in about five minutes, we'll go live to a campaign event with michele bachmann in spencer, iowa. the campaign calendar -- the iowa caucuses, january 3, followed by the new hampshire presidential primary on the 10th. on the 21st, the south carolina republican presidential primary. followed on the 31st degenerate by the florida presidential primary. -- followed on the 31st by the florida presidential primary. a few stories from the campaign -- this is from today's "wall street journal. -- "wall street journal." it says -- this is from the "wall street journal." mitt romney won another high- profile endorsement as nikki haley joined others -- it goes on to say that mr. gingrich, a former congressman from georgia, has been endorsed by a num
CSPAN
Dec 19, 2011 7:00am EST
the champion. you are seen drones being used. we saw one used in a case in texas, where it was used involving what would have been a low felony. they used a drone over the skies ranch. you'll see a lot more of that. i'm critical of both sides. i wrote a column in the "l.a. times" not long ago talking about how barack obama may have killed the civil liberties union and united states because he divided the movement. something just not break from obama. civil libertarians to be angry with him. the question you raised goes to that issue. is not just the drone. for example, the president will be signing this new law that allows for citizens to be held indefinitely without trial and access to courts. civil libertarians oppose that. the president said he would veto it and broke that promise. .ut we're seeing this shift listen, we just do this to other people. many thought it was comforting. but now they're bringing it home. they're bringing the technology and practices back to the u.s. it is a little bit late to get the cat to walk backwards. host: here's the op-ed piece. you're right, perhaps the b
CSPAN
Dec 25, 2011 7:00am EST
, calling from somewhere in texas. go ahead. caller: yes. i have a question. the problems that maliki is having in iraq, how -- how do you feel it will affect the iraqi -- host: you still with us? what was your question again? caller: with the problems that maliki is having in iraq, how do you feel -- with the dinars? guest: ah, dinars, yes. sorry. i was having trouble understanding exactly what the question was. i am not sure exactly what is happening with the iraqi dinar. i am not particularly concerned about that. currencies go up and down. the dollar goes up and down. euro goes up and down. that is for the iraqis satori about, not the americans -- iraqis to worry about, not the americans. host: question from daniel, what you think iraq would be like if the americans had not invaded? guest: that is a hard question. if they had the opportunity to see what happened in tunisia and egypt, i wonder whether they would not have done as the tunisians and egyptians did. it would have been dangerous. there would have been people killed. i do wonder whether revolution would have eventually co
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